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St Ann’s Well Spring Festival – Saturday 17th May 2014. 11am-7:30pm

​Our biggest annual event is attended by approximately 6000 people throughout the day. The Friends of St Ann’s Well Gardens organise this event to ensure it caters for all ages.

This festival is free to attend and we squeeze something into every corner of the beautiful park.

We have a Creative zone, Nerf Wars, Kids Rave, 360 degree cinema Inflatable jousting, karate taster sessions and much, much more.

As ever, expect a strong line up of live music from local and out of town artists of all ages who will be performing on the Music Stage.

We always score highly when it comes to musical entertainment.

We recommend getting here early and settling in to enjoy the performances from hottest emerging talent and the more prominent bands we are proud to present.

For shoppers the Squirrel Market is made up of around forty local arts and crafts stalls offering handmade goods and food from around the world.

The Spring Festival was established 7 years ago to celebrate the park’s Centenary and to support the charity that it maintains.

Since have seen the Festival grow into one of the finest free festivals in the Country and is now a firm date in every Brightonian and Hovian’s diary. We are also proud to be part of the Brighton Festival Fringe.

If you haven’t attended The Spring Festival. make sure you do. it is set to be fun packed and one of the most popular and enjoyable days of merrymaking of the festival with a blissful atmosphere. To find out more and keep informed on next year’s Festival visit the Spring Festival Facebook Page

There are many sponsorship opportunities available and we are now taking bookings for stalls. Please CONTACT US for more information on how to become part of this amazing day.


Friends of St Ann’s Well Gardens